R U OK Day is every day of the year!

Posted September 19, 2018

                                                   Kate Taylor in Rundle Mall spreading the RUOK message in Adelaide                                       

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Why work with a recruiter for your next job?

Posted August 23, 2018

Are you a job seeker looking for your next job wondering where to begin and wanting to know how a recruitment agency can increase your chances of getting your dream job? I have had many conversations with employers and jobseekers recently and wanted to answer some questions around why working with a recruitment agency might

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How to get out of your comfort zone to boost your career!

Posted August 16, 2018

Over 2018 I have committed to pushing myself to get out of my comfort zone and shake things up personally and professionally and I have been amazed to see what I’ve learnt from these experiences. This got me thinking what would happen if we all committed to getting out of our comfort zone and tried

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The cost of TIME in business

Posted August 8, 2018

Are you in a customer service or sales industry where you’re required to provide a service that takes your TIME but doesn’t convert into a financial gain? In the recruitment industry we have set a standard across our industry that we provide a NO WIN NO FEE service which essentially means we only get paid

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Be a Lighthouse to Those Around You

Posted August 2, 2018

Since becoming a community ambassador for RUOK Charity, I’ve been speaking openly about my journey as a teenager with mental health, in order to show others that hope and light can come out of the darkness of mental health. As sharing this journey opens me up to being vulnerable, the importance of spreading faith helps

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Random Acts of Kindness

Posted July 26, 2018

I recently watched a 2-minute video on Facebook showing someone write the words “You are amazing” on a post-it-note and then place it in a kid’s lunch box, when he finds the note, it makes him smile. He then leaves it on someone’s lunch tray, which then ends up on the cleaner’s vacuum, each time

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Mental Health & Well-being in the Workplace

Posted July 19, 2018

How to create a workplace culture that promotes Mental Health & Well-being This year I’ve not only committed to donating money to RUOK Charity, but I’ve become a community ambassador in which I’ve committed to reaching out and spreading awareness at certain workplaces or events. I’ve recently started doing mental health and well-being talks for

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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Posted July 11, 2018

As I’ve been Recruiting for NGOs, Government Departments & NFPs for over 8 years now and seeing how hard they work at helping those in need, I still often hear how the culture within organisations are not as good as could be. I’ve also found in the 5 years of running my business and seeing

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Tall poppy syndrome in Australia; why does it still exist?

Posted July 3, 2018

Tall poppy syndrome describes aspects of a culture where people of high status are resented, attacked, cut down or criticised because their achievements make them stand out from their peers. I’ve been recently challenged with the Tall Poppy culture in Australia. Since winning two business awards and experiencing success, certain people felt the need to

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